Mathura: people who come to Vrindavan to get oxygen from Noida, Aligarh, Agra – Mathura: people who come to Vrindavan to get oxygen from Noida, Aligarh, Agra

Vrindavan (Mathura). Vrindavan has emerged as a glimmer of hope for patients who are in the midst of the excitement about oxygen during the corona transition. The availability of oxygen is made available here free of charge to people treating covid. People come to Vrindavan with empty cylinders from cities like Noida, Shahibawad, Aligarh, Agra, etc. to pick up the gas distributed at Atalla intersection.
People bring gas from neighboring districts to meet oxygen needs. In the meantime, Vrindavan has proven to be a great aid to oxygen supply. The free delivery of oxygen gas takes place at the Basera Hotel on Attalla Square in Vrindavan. Here the Basera Group and the GLA University jointly take responsibility for the oxygen bottle. Ramkishan Aggarwal, chairman of Basera Group, said people are helping one another in this critical covid crisis.
Tanker will reach Mathura in two days: Pramod
Industrialist and philanthropist Pramod Garg Kasere said a 17-ton Orissa liquid oxygen tanker moved from there on Tuesday and will reach Mathura in two days. Efforts are being made to provide as much oxygen as needed in Mathura. He announced that the administration will be used to obtain continuous oxygen gas from Orissa.

Vrindavan (Mathura). Vrindavan has emerged as a glimmer of hope for patients who are in the midst of the excitement about oxygen during the corona transition. The availability of oxygen is made available here free of charge to people treating covid. People come to Vrindavan with empty cylinders from cities like Noida, Shahibawad, Aligarh, Agra, etc. to pick up the gas distributed at Atalla intersection.

People bring gas from neighboring districts to meet oxygen needs. In the meantime, Vrindavan has proven to be a great aid to oxygen supply. The free delivery of oxygen gas takes place at the Basera Hotel on Attalla Square in Vrindavan. Here the Basera Group and the GLA University jointly take responsibility for the oxygen bottle. Ramkishan Aggarwal, chairman of Basera Group, said people are helping one another in this critical covid crisis.

Tanker will reach Mathura in two days: Pramod

Industrialist and philanthropist Pramod Garg Kasere said a 17-ton Orissa liquid oxygen tanker moved from there on Tuesday and will reach Mathura in two days. Efforts are being made to provide as much oxygen as needed in Mathura. He announced that the administration will be used to obtain continuous oxygen gas from Orissa.

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